Maybe is a silly question but I'm a newbie in OS X and I didn't found the answer anywhere. The thing is that when I execute some command that executes other scripts/commands/whatever I don't see on the terminal exactly what the commands did, just the title on the terminal window changes. E.g. when I run make to compile a c++ program there are different executables involved (clang, xcodebuild ...) I know that those commands are being executed because I see their names changing in the title, but I don't know how was the original call (in other words, the arguments given) or the output (if any). Any ideas?

  • No answers at all? Maybe this means it is not possible to see the commands? Maybe was designed that way, but don't understand why... – lordscales91 Oct 31 '15 at 19:58
  • All you see on the Terminal window is the standard output, what you're asking is to see standard input. Kinda redundant... May I ask why you want to do this? – user14492 Nov 1 '15 at 17:06

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